The Star Wars – The Force Awakens release is just days away. In preparation for it fans of the franchise, some of whom were not born when episodes IV-VI came out, are already picking out the outfit they will wear when they go see the movie, and branding just about anything they can with a Star Wars logo to show their love. That said, after all this waiting and anticipation, it would be a shame if the movie were spoiled for anyone by the internet. Seeing as how this movie is one of the most anticipated releases of the year, the internet will be reviewing and dissecting it like crazy and that means spoilers will be nearly impossible to avoid unless you can stop using the internet altogether. Force Block: the Star Wars spoiler blocker is a Chrome extension that will block Star Wars spoilers for you. The extension warns you when you’re about to visit a page that may potentially contain spoilers of the movie. Once you’ve been warned, you can choose to visit the page anyway, or close it.
Install Force Block: the Star Wars spoiler blocker and visit a page that may contain spoilers for the movie. You can try it out on the Wikipedia page for Star Wars (which may contain spoilers after Friday, December 18, 2015), or you can simply search for Star Wars – The Force Awakens on Google.
An overlay will block the page out. If you click ‘Continue anyway’ you can proceed to the page. If you click ‘Don’t block this page in the future’ you can add the page to a whitelist and have the extension ignore it. You can also whitelist sites from the extension’s icon that’s added next to the URL bar (it’s two lightsabers) and toggle the extension On/Off from it.